Speaking at WordCamp Maine

I’m proud to announce that next weekend, August 16th, I’ll be speaking at the inaugural WordCamp Maine in Portland, ME. I’m really looking forward to interacting with a younger WordPress community and sharing some of what I’ve learned about more advanced security topics in my talk “Securing Your Code: WordPress Security for Developers.” If you’re in the area come on out, there is plenty to learn and plenty to share.

About Chris Wiegman

Chris is a developer for UF Health at the University of Florida who has been working on WordPress since 2008. Over the years he built one of the largest security plugins on WordPress.org as well as numerous other plugins, themes and other solutions. When not coding Chris loves to teach and has presented at numerous WordCamps and other conferences as well as taught computer security for St. Edward’s University and other University courses ranging from computers to aviation.

Find Chris on GitHub, WordPress.org, and Twitter.


    1. That’s a good question. I’m looking forward to seeing what the community is. So far the only person I know out there, Sam Hotchkiss of BruteProtect, is pretty awesome so if he speaks highly of the crowd I’m sure the rest will be as well.

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